Hicks Farm Holidays
On the farm Rose Cottage and Orchard House provide spacious detached accommodation with every home comfort. Both properties boast all modern conveniences whilst retaining their period character, exposed beams & even an eighteenth century bread oven. Their large secure gardens provide safe havens for both children & dogs.
Orchard House is a delightful barn conversion, originally a cow byre it has been carefully designed to provide spacious character accommodation. Throughout the property many original beams and features have been retained & incorporated into the décor, in fact every room has exposed beams. The property sleeps 14 in five bedrooms with one bedroom on the ground floor. The ground floor has been specifically designed with the wheel chair use in mind, as well as having built in hearing loops for the hearing impaired.
Rose Cottage was originally a small dwelling built of stone in the early eighteenth century, but has been extended twice (once in the late eighteenth century & then again in the mid twentieth century) to achieve a sizeable detached three bed roomed property sleeping 7. Despite these changes the cottage still boasts some unique original features including exposed beams & a complete bread oven!
During your stay you can explore our 154 acre livestock farm. At different times of the year you can help feed the lambs, calves & pigs. Our farmyard animals are always pleased to get extra attention & food!
Our luxurious indoor heated swimming pool & games room are an added bonus. Enjoy an energetic morning swim or a relaxing evening swim looking out onto a starry sky!
So, what ever you choose to do, relax in our indoor swimming pool, hone your snooker skills in the games room, explore the farm, badger watch at dusk, meet the farmyard animals or simply curl up by the fire with a good book, we feel sure that everything at Hicks Farm will match, if not exceed, your expectations of the ideal country retreat for all the family whatever the weather!
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This page was last updated: 19 June 2012